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Moose Camp Fishing Resort

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RIOUX LAKE
Box 461 Clearwater, BC
Canada, V0E 1N0
Telephone: (250)674-3275
Fax: (250)674-3626

Moose Camp Fishing Resort offers visitors to British Columbia, Canada a freshwater fish and wilderness experience that few other fishing resorts offer. Come enjoy a relaxing vacation of fly-fishing, hiking, waterfalls and lots of wildlife as you sit back and relax on the vacation that you've been waiting for a life time! Friendly service, comfort and great food are to be expected while you make your stay in one of four fully furnished log cabins. Wake up to the smell of Canadian back bacon and flap jacks, enjoy the surroundings of the fishing resort and then make sure you get back in time to feast on an incredible dinner prepared to your liking. For those who want more, they can leave the fishing resort and go by helicopter to their very own lake to fish in the true wilderness... can it get any better than that!

When planning your fishing adventure, you will find Moose Camp Fishing Resort offers a variety of lakes to fish within hiking distance, as well as several lakes that require a four wheeler trip to reach them. We fish in approximately 20 lakes, varying in elevation from 4,000 to 5,800 feet. Fishing is therefore excellent from mid-May until October. The average sized fish is from 1 to 4 pounds, with 6 pounds waiting for the lucky fisherman.

Fishing is a great sport that provides a wonderful relaxing vacation for any age group. But whomever the fisher, and whatever the age, these beautiful fighting Kamloops and native Rainbow trout are certainly an exciting catch. Moose Camp Fishing Resort is not just fishing! While many come to enjoy the excellent fishing the area has to offer, many come simply to relax and enjoy the incredible natural surroundings. Protecting our pristine wilderness areas for generations to come is a major concern of ours.

Bring your camera, as we have an abundance of wild flowers and wildlife close to your cabin door. From your cabin, you can see loons, bald eagles, deer, moose, osprey, herons, otters, beavers, whiskey jacks, jays and hummingbirds, just to name a few.

was established in the late 1880's as a trap line headquarters, by a French Canadian named Ed Rioux, who also ran a few hunting trips. Herbie McNeil took over and maintained the trap line, guided hunting trips, and later fishing trips by horseback from the 100 Mile House area. The trap line is still in place.

Three generations of families have returned to enjoy the great fishing and scenic beauty of the area. Access to Moose Camp has improved over the years, from the days where you rode in by horseback to the present time where you travel in on a gravel road. This has ensured that guests of all ages can enjoy Moose Camp.

Arriving from Kamloops, British Columbia, you can rent a car, or make arrangements with camp staff for transportation to Moose Camp. Moose Camp is situated 120 kilometers (75 miles) north of Kamloops, B.C. Once you arrive in Clearwater, travel up a groomed logging road (Camp #2) until you come to the 30KM mark. Veer to the right of the fork and travel to the 3KM mark. Be sure to veer left at this fork in the road. After a short distance you'll see a green gate on your left hand side.. that's us. You'll have climbed a total of 4,000 feet before reaching our parking area. Guests' belongings are transported into the camp by all terrain vehicles, with guests taking a leisurely 10 minute stroll up the trail to the camp. Transportation is provided for those unable to negotiate the walk. Nestled in the beauty of natural surroundings, Moose Camp is indeed a wonderful outdoor experience.

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last updated : January, 2016